Halo CME on 20031104 - SOHO/LASCO C3 Data

COMMENTS: We are unable to determine the orientation of the magnetic field in this ejecta due to its close proximity to the solar limb. This limb event can cause a moderate storm in the case a significant southward Bz component will be present in the magnetic disturbance. Looks like the CME missed the earth. At least, I can not see any signs of it in the ACE data.

1Numbers in red are estimates. Numbers in parenthesis (if any) are actual measured values
*These estimates should be compared to the observed 1 hour averaged ACE and Dst values

  • Real Time Dst from World Data Center for Geomagnetism, Kyoto
  • Predicted Dst from Nonlinear Dynamics and Space Physics group
  • Real Time ACE data
  • Today's Space Weather

    Full Disk Halpha Full Disk SOHO/MDI Full Disk SOHO/EIT195
    Active Region Halpha Active Region SOHO/MDI Active Region /EIT195
    Images are courtesy of Active Region Monitor

    Automaticaly Generated on Wed Nov 5 09:13:46 2003
    Please, send questions and comments to Vasyl Yurchyshyn